Wednesday morning one-liners

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One draft projection has the Bills going for an offensive tackle in the first round and a receiver in the second round.

The Dolphins say they’ll have a productive quarterback competition between Matt Moore and David Garrard.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick showed Tuesday that he’s in midseason form when it comes to answering reporters’ questions.

Jets coach Rex Ryan is warning opposing defenses they better be prepared for what Tim Tebow can do.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh says he needs to see improvement from the offensive line.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis says his team will be in good shape at wide receiver, even if they’re not sure now who the No. 2 after A.J. Green will be.

Said Browns President, Mike Holmgren, “We believe in what we’re doing and we are going to stick to the plan.”

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is concerned about the durability of WR Emmanuel Sanders.

Trading LB DeMeco Ryans saved the Texans some money.

The Colts have high hopes for WR Donnie Avery.

Jacksonville is still considering WR Lee Evans.

Says Titans WR Kenny Britt of rehabbing his knee, “I’ve spent more quality time with trainers than with my wife. That’s no lie. She doesn’t like that at all, but she understands, she really does.”

The Broncos have some holes to fill at defensive tackle.

Said Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel, “We’ve put ourselves in position, with the needs we filled, that when we go into the draft, we can look at the best athlete available and the guy we think can help our team the most. We won’t have to draft for need. That gives us many more options.”

Former Raiders LB Napoleon Harris is running for the Illinois State Senate.

Not many people are talking about the Chargers’ offseason moves, and they say they like that.

Said Cowboys WR Dez Bryant, “The guys we do have are great additions. Hopefully, we’ve brought in enough pieces to go all the way this year.”

Giants QB Eli Manning is enjoying some quiet time while the two quarterbacks on the other New York team take all the attention.

Defensive tackle may be the Eagles’ direction in the first round of the draft.

Redskins coach Mike Shanahan was part of the Peyton Manning chase, even though Robert Griffin III is clearly the team’s priority at quarterback.

The Bears’ front office says everyone is on the same page with new G.M. Phil Emery.

Lions G.M. Martin Mayhew told DT Ndamukong Suh he needs to slow down.

The Packers are showing a lot of interest in some Boise State draft prospects.

Vikings G.M. Rick Spielman on the team signing one-year contracts: “I think if the players aren’t getting what they expected, a lot of times they’ll look to do a one-year deal, to see if they can cash in the following year if they have a productive year.”

The Falcons have heavily scouted the Montana football program, and DB Trumaine Johnson could be their next target.

The Panthers think they’ve improved their special teams in free agency.

In all the talk of Bill Parcells coaching the Saints, one thing is clear: No one knows what Parcells is going to do.

Greg Schiano is expected to change the culture in Tampa Bay.

After missing 2011 with a torn ACL, Cardinals DB Greg Toler says he’s ready to “unleash the beast.”

Rams owner Stan Kroenke doesn’t want to discuss the team’s stadium lease.

Former Cardinals G Deuce Lutui could be a target of the 49ers in free agency.

The Seahawks have a pick in every round of the draft but one — the fifth, which may have been their best pick in the 2012 draft because they used it in the Marshawn Lynch trade.